Jena McGregor, The Washington Post, August 12, 2015

The number of S&P 500 companies with all-male boards of directors has now dropped to an even dozen. A decade ago, 60 companies didn’t have any female directors on their boards. Even 10 months ago, the research firm Catalyst listed 18 companies without a single woman. Yet the pace of change has quickly accelerated and the number has today plummeted to only 12 companies, or about 2 percent. […read more]